Can you build MVPs in banking?

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    1. It’s an event where the person who is presenting is talking about a certain failure he/she experienced and is talking about his/her learnings and so on. The event series started, because many presentations are overly positive while not talking about the pain people went through before they succeeded. Fuckup nights wants to show the audience, that failures are important and required in order to succeed – and the learning is just because you failed once, doesn’t mean you will fail again. Hope that helps. Maybe you are lucky and there is a public fuckup night near by you: http://fuckupnights.com/events/?tribe_paged=1&tribe_event_display=list

      1. Thanks, Lars ? Makes sense, and I agree in the focus on positive presentations, and that there is a lot of valuable learning from failures. Good point ?

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